Oral history interview conducted by Susan Asbury, Director of Student Rights and Responsibilities at Elizabethtown College, with sisters Jean Grubb Herr and Mary Grubb Herr. Interview takes place at Jean and Mary's childhood home, 307 College Avenue, Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania, which at the time of the interview is the home of Elizabethtown College President Carl Strikwerda and his wife Gail Bossenga. Jean is a 1950 graduate of the college. The two women describe their family life in the home, changes to the interior and exterior, college life in the 1940s and 1950s, the Elizabethtown community circa World War II, and their family's involvement in the Church of the Brethren. The women also describe the work of their father, Paul Grubb, owner of the Grubb Supply Company, graduate of the college, and member of the college's board of trustees. Near the end of the interview, Mary describes hearing about the plane explosion, KLM Flight 607E, that killed local members of the Church of the Brethren on August 14, 1958. In addition to Asbury, Jean-Paul Benowitz, Director of Student Transition Programs and Assistant Director of Academic Advising, is heard off camera.